On the morning of July 22, an earthquake with a magnitude of 3.3 struck Arunachal Pradesh’s picturesque Tawang district, sending shockwaves through the region. The tremor, which occurred at 6:56 am, raised concerns among the residents. According to the National Seismological Center (NCS), the earthquake’s epicenter was located at a depth of 5 kilometers. There were no immediate reports of damage or casualties, but the locals are remaining vigilant as the possibility of aftershocks looms.
Just a day before, on July 21, Manipur experienced its own seismic event when a magnitude 3.5 earthquake rattled the town of Ukhrul. The quake struck at 5:01 am local time, with its epicenter recorded at Lat 24.99 and Long 94.21. While the earthquake’s intensity was relatively mild, it served as a stark reminder of the geological dynamics prevalent in the region. This incident underscores the importance of preparedness for any future seismic activities that may occur.
Surprisingly, even the distant state of Rajasthan felt the tremors on July 21. The city of Jaipur experienced a series of earthquakes within a half-hour window, leaving the residents startled. The latest quake, measuring 3.4 in magnitude, hit at around 4:25 am. Prior to that, a 4.4 magnitude earthquake shook the region at 4:09 am, followed by a 3.1 magnitude tremor at 4:22 am. All three quakes were recorded at depths ranging from 5 to 10 kilometers.